Thompson takes gold, Leman captures silver at ski cross World Cup
Canada’s Marielle Thompson took dwelling gold and Brady Leman snatched silver at the ultimate ski cross World Cup occasion of the season on Sunday in Veysonnaz, Switzerland.
Thompson, 26, made her transfer at the tip of the race, passing Sweden’s Sandra Naeslund for first place. Naeslund wound up taking silver, whereas France’s Alizee Baron edged Canadian Brittany Phelan for bronze.
Regardless of ending third within the small ultimate, Switzerland’s Fanny Smith collected sufficient factors to retain her total lead and win the Crystal Globe.
Thompson, of Whistler, B.C., had 656 factors to finish the season third total.
Canada’s Kelsey Serwa and India Sherret took the highest two spots within the small ultimate, guaranteeing top-10 total outcomes for each.
In the meantime, a simple race on the lads’s facet landed Leman in second on Sunday, simply behind France’s Jean-Frederic Chapuis.
Bastien Midol, additionally of France, gained bronze.
Leman, the 32-year-old Olympic gold medallist, was the lone Canadian competitor in Veysonnaz, with the second-place end serving to him land fourth total.
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